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viernes, 31 de julio de 2009


What's New in eMedicine
New and Updated Pediatrics Recommendations from Medscape's Clinical Reference, July 2009

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New guidelines for vitamin D supplementation in newborns
From Counseling the Breastfeeding Mother, Pediatrics: Cardiac Disease and Critical Care Medicine

The peril of vaccine refusal
From Pertussis, Pediatrics: General Medicine

Emergent treatment for testicular torsion  New article
From Manual Detorsion of the Testes, Clinical Procedures

The need for IL-17 testing in hyper-IgE syndrome
From Delayed-Type Hypersensitivity, Pediatrics: General Medicine

Nitrous oxide administration in pediatric patients  New article
From Nitrous Oxide Administration, Clinical Procedures

Permanent hearing loss is a concern in premature infants
From Prematurity, Pediatrics: Cardiac Disease and Critical Care Medicine

Listeria infections on the rise
From Listeria Infection, Pediatrics: General Medicine

Fetal MRI for subchorionic hemorrhage
From Subchorionic Hemorrhage, Radiology

Chlorpromazine to treat neonatal abstinence syndrome
From Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, Pediatrics: Cardiac Disease and Critical Care Medicine

Maternal-fetal surgical treatment of congenital diaphragmatic hernias?
From Diaphragmatic Hernias, Congenital, Thoracic Surgery

Brush up on tick removal
From Tick Removal, Clinical Procedures

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